The noun orator means someone who is skilled at making formal speeches, especially ones which influence people’s feelings or beliefs.

Synonyms are speakerlecturerpreacher, or lector.

The word origins from Anglo-French (14th century) oratour. It also sources from Modern French orateur, from Latin orator meaning “speaker”, from orare meaning “to speak, speak before a court or assembly, pray, plead”.

He’s known as one of the greatest orators in the Russian Revolution.

He also proved he’s a skilled orator during that time.

The orator really made the service special.